If you have one or more teeth that are missing or damaged beyond the point of repair, dental implants can help restore your smile. Our board-certified oral surgeons at Innovative Oral Surgery & Dental Implants can place dental implants for nearly every patient in need of tooth restoration. Dr. Salin, Dr. Weiner, Dr. Semanoff, and Dr. Nack help many patients who were previously told they do not qualify for dental implants receive beautiful new teeth that promote better long-term oral health.
By using the latest advancements in dental technology, we provide patients with more dental implant options than ever before and will create a custom treatment plan for your needs. Contact our practice today to begin your smile restoration journey and to learn more about dental implants in Feasterville, Newtown, and Abington, PA.
Dental implants provide numerous benefits over traditional forms of tooth replacement, like dentures or bridges. Some benefits include:
There are many types of dental implant treatment available, giving you more options to receive the smile of your dreams. During the consultation, your oral surgeon will walk you through your treatment options and help determine the right type of implant for your needs.
During your first visit, we will take 3D scans of your mouth and map out the details of your implant placement. There are many anesthetic options available, and we will help choose the right option based on your level of anxiety, budget, and complexity of your surgery.
On the day of your surgery, we will administer the selected form of anesthesia. Many patients undergo IV anesthesia and local anesthesia. IV anesthesia will put you in a sleep-like state, and you will be able to answer questions, but will not feel any pain.
Once you are comfortable, your surgeon will make a small incision in the gum tissue and insert the implant post into the jaw bone. Sutures are placed as needed, and your prearranged driver will take you home.
The healing process can take several months. Once healed, you will return to our office and the abutment will be attached to the implant. We will provide a temporary crown to wear over the implant and abutment while it heals. After the soft tissues have healed and your final crown is ready, your dentist will attach the crown.
Choosing dental implants to restore your smile is an investment in your health, confidence, and comfort. The cost of dental implants varies for each patient. We take several factors into consideration when determining the cost of implant treatment, including:
Our team will go over these factors with you and provide you with a cost estimate for your dental implants upfront. Innovative Oral Surgery & Dental Implants accepts many payment methods and there are financing options available to help you finance your dental implant treatment. Learn more about payments, insurance, and financing at our practice.
A good candidate for dental implants is someone in general good health who has sufficient jaw bone to support the implants. Periodontal disease or gum disease must be treated before receiving implants, because healthy gums are essential to a healthy implant. With bone grafting treatments, we can restore lost bone and help more patients who have experienced bone loss qualify for implants. To find out if dental implants are right for you, contact Innovative Oral Surgery & Dental Implants today.
Innovative Oral Surgery & Dental Implants has three offices northeast of Philadelphia to serve our patients. We look forward to improving your health, comfort, and confidence through oral surgery. Contact us today to schedule a consultation with one of our oral health experts.
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Dental implants are designed to last for the rest of your life. The post fuses to the jaw bone and as long as you take good care of your implant, it will serve you for many years. To maintain good oral hygiene, simply brush and floss it along with your other teeth twice daily.
By using anesthesia and sedation, we can ensure your comfort during oral surgery. You can expect some level of discomfort following any type of procedure, but this post-surgical pain or swelling will subside quickly. Your implants will not cause pain or discomfort after they have healed.
Oral surgeons place dental implants because this procedure often involves oral surgery and anesthesia or sedation. General dentists can administer local anesthesia and perform some surgery, such as simple tooth extractions, but oral surgeons are specially trained to place dental implants and safely administer all forms of anesthesia.
Missing teeth can lead to jaw bone loss and gum recession. Nearby teeth can shift into the open gap, which can result in bite misalignment and misalignment. As the jaw bone deteriorates, it can cause facial features to sag, resulting in an older-looking appearance. Severe jaw bone loss may require extensive and costly repairs, which can be avoided by replacing missing teeth with implants early.
For over 50 years, we have had the privilege of serving our communities with the highest level of oral surgery care. We love what we do, and we look forward to providing you and your loved ones with an outstanding patient experience and incredible results.
Administered through a syringe, a local anesthetic numbs only the surgical site. The effects can last up to several hours. We often pair local anesthesia with another type of anesthesia or sedation.
Commonly known as laughing gas, nitrous oxide is inhaled through a mask. It provides mild sedation and pain relief and is often combined with other options, such as oral sedation, for optimal effect.
General anesthesia will render you totally unconscious. This option is reserved for complex surgeries such as orthognathic surgery or facial reconstruction.
Your surgeon will inject the sedative into the vein, which will render you into a semi-conscious state. Also called twilight sedation or twilight dentistry, this option is ideal for extensive procedures or highly anxious patients.